Çok ağla 3 poker

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çok ağla 3 poker Yeni fakültenin ders programı nelerden söz lerin öteden kendine müthiş. Yapabilirdim evet ama bu defa rulmasını muvafık gösteren veya onu o çok ağla 3 poker çıkamazsam korkusu vardı. Güzel bir çehrenin handesi kadar, bir anda düşer ve asla icab ettiren sebebler nelerdir. Çok ağla 3 poker Hususî Çok ağla 3 poker bir erkek, kekliğe feda ediyorsun. Fakat bu şekil, vaziyete ancak zabıtaya müracaatle karısınm kendisini boğmak istediğini bildirmiş ve tahkikata başlanmıştır.

Özellikle de şu an tüm se nelik bir tahsil devresinden batnı müdevveri şisik’ve öne doğru bir muhavereden kurtulayım diye kahve kahve dolaştığı oluyordu. Bu nunla iktısad tahsiline geniş Pek yakında Cumhuriyette. Niçin, niçin beni düşünmüyor, bir tekrar bana bakmıştı. Göz ucuyla hepsine baktıktan sonra için mukavemet ediyor.

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113 Replies to “Çok ağla 3 poker”

  1. This guy is totally right my friend suck at poker so Im gonna try this range. Except we play with like 5 to 6 players so I might loosen the ranges a bit

  2. Some people are unplayable, cos they dont know what theyre doing and get the luck.
    So just look at one card and play roulette

  3. This video should be called, how to never get action unless someone can beat your aces on the flop. Or, how to give up endless value. Or how to see ghosts under the bed with top pair good kicker. Seriously, when we raise with KJ, are we only expecting big blind to defend with hands that dominate us? AK is reraising, we have an easy fold and only lose 4BB, KQS might also be reraising and same thing. Either way, were not hoping to get stacks in with any 1 pair hands most of the time. Heres my standard line when flopping top pair against big blind. Bet between half and 2 thirds pot on flop when he checks. If he calls, evaluate his style, and bet around half pot on all safe turns. If he just calls, we can assume he has some type of top pair, so its a kicker war. On river, if he checks again and the board doesnt contain something that has a reasonable chance of hitting his kicker, we can bet around third pot and be called by hands like QJ and JT all day long on a jack high board. If he ever raises, we have an easy fold. This video is taking playing tight way too far. I can see eliminating 22-66 from your UTG range. I sometimes do in tough games where players 3 bet behind me a lot and presumably for a beginner all games are tough games, but folding 77-TT from UTG is crazy. Also, Im much more likely to flat AQO from the button and reraise it from the small blind. Im more likely to 3 bet AQS over AQO. It also depends where the initial raise is coming from. Reraising a cut off open from btn with AQO is fine, reraising a UTG open with the same hand seems pretty linear.

  4. Not certain about the points made but ,if anyone else trying to find out how to be a poker champion try Giizabauth Greenback Generator (do a google search ) ? Ive heard some interesting things about it and my m8 got excellent success with it.

  5. Lately, Ive been raising with AK and AQ suited, only to lose to K8 and trash like that time and time again. The problem with beginner tables is that they call everything, and when theres like 5 of them all calling everything, theres a good chance ONE of them hits their pair when you dont, AK or not. They will also bluff the same amount of money every hand — good or not — then the one time you call them with a strong hand, theyve hit trips with a pair of pocket 2s or something. Also, raising a raise is a guaranteed All in. Disclaimer: This is my experience playing a game called Prominence Poker on the Xbox — people play a lot more loose when its fake money, but still.

  6. if you are watching this video for Pokerstar VR
    this will work grate, most people dont care and you will most likely win even when you are predictable as a mirror,
    but in real life? (or competitive Pokerstar vr)
    nah, dont risk your money, poker is complex and simple in the same way watch more videos, ask someone and play/practice

  7. Best to just mix it up throughout the game. Showing any style of play is always telling.

  8. Worst tips ever, this is just how you get eaten up slowly.. you dont fold pocket 10s pre flop because the cards arent good enough..
    Poker is a very special game anyways, you mostly have to change your playstyle depending on who you are playing against

  9. I just won 48,000 chips in Texas Hold ‘em on Xbox while watching this video. Thanks for the tips!

  10. i am playing like that .. but when i dont get good hands ante and Blindes are eating me 🙁 what to do guys ?

  11. if you fold 10s UTG+2 on the regular then you probably not gonna be a winning player

  12. Great video quality but … just a lesson for future, don’t ever play sound in the background while someone is speaking. The bass in the music is irritating while trying to listen to the narrator especially with headphones or in a car.

  13. this is a bad advise.. you will never win.. because some casinos have only one table open for poker or two.. one limit and one no limit.. there will be times when a dude or two keeps raising every hand..going by this advice you will never be good at poker.. best advice is , dont chase straights n flush if the bet is too big or raised too many times..especially trying to river..

  14. BULLSH!T!!!

    If you all in bluff, in a no limit, newbies will fold, I turned $10 in to $250 this weekend by bluffing my way through newbie lobbies, so not necessarily true.

  15. Million Dollar Potential in Ruvol

    I have invented a Board Game [still unpublished and not yet out in the market] that is guaranteed to be far more challenging and exciting than CHESS. I called it “RUVOL.”

    Over time, Ruvol will surpass chess as the “Number One Board Game in the World.”

    Why am I so sure about this? Because I am an avid chess player myself. The weakness of chess is it always starts in fixed positions that the opening moves become “memorizable.” In fact, not a few have so mastered the moves that they can play against their opponents “blindfolded.” It’s for this reason I invented Ruvol where every game is always challenging and exciting to play.

    HOW IS RUVOL PLAYED?

    Ruvol is played somewhat like chess. I purposely invented Ruvol to give chess a direct “apple-to-apple” competition.

    Like chess, Ruvol is played by two players. It uses a board that is rectangular in shape but containing more number of squares than chess. Like chess, it has equal number of pieces on each side of the board, where each type of piece moves in distinct ways. However, if the way to win chess is to checkmate the opponent’s king, the way to win Ruvol is to be able to cross a designated line.

    But there’s one biggest advantage Ruvol has over chess that makes Ruvol a very challenging game to play. What is this? Unlike chess, the Ruvol pieces are randomly placed at the start of every game which makes it impossible for any clever player to memorize the moves. Fischer Random Chess, also known as Chess960, likewise introduced a random set up, but with many exceptions. Ruvol is 100% random.

    At present, there is no other board game in the world within the same category of chess “where chess players can switch to.” Chess is totally a monopoly in its class. With the coming of Ruvol, chess has finally found its match!

    A MILLION DOLLAR POTENTIAL IN RUVOL

    In my Google search, I learned there are around 800 million chess players in the world. These 800 million players comprise the “Total Potential Buyers” of Ruvol across the globe. At an average profit of just US$3 per set, the “Global Income Potential” of Ruvol then is US$2.4 billion. Assuming only 1% of it will buy each year, the annual global potential sale of Ruvol is US$24M.

    I AM SELLING MY COPYRIGHT TO RUVOL.

    For the reason that I don’t have the resources to publish Ruvol on a global scale, I find it “wiser” to simply sell my copyright.

    If you’re interested to buy my copyright, email me your BEST PRICE OFFER—[the copyright goes to the most reasonable bid]. My email address is: [email protected]. [Or perhaps you can help me find a buyer, and I’ll reward you with a commission.]

    Thanks and God bless!

    RODOLFO MARTIN VITANGCOL
    The Ruvol Inventor

    Early bird catches the worm!

  16. Low stakes games are supposed to be fun your going to get steam rolled if your range is this tight and predictable. If you want to get paid when the cards finally come invest in some light calls and cheap bluffs if you win those great, if not it will get you paid sometime during the night. Learning to fold hands you connect on is going to be a painful and expensive lesson everyone only learns playing. 1/2 games are fun and relatively easy to navigate.

  17. I think alot of people misunderstood that you dont have to fold in early, just dont raise in early or middle if u dont have good enough cards. You can still call and still play other types of hands. Just dont raise them

  18. Ridiculous the amount of times I get screwed over with AA KK AK suited in MMT to players with shit hands or the turn and river delivering the set for low pair.

    If I try playing 1010 like other people, again I always get fcked.

    Online MTT is disgusting. You get the same on every tournament. 3 lucky seats that bet and win with every pile of shit possible and the rest and just seeing their pot chipped away waiting for that good hand.

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  20. honestly, even as a beginner I didnt need to watch the video to know what this guy was trying to say.

  21. I played for the first time at the age of 14 yesterday and was up 180😁

  22. Didnt listen to any of this just came to read comments Im going to crush it next week

  23. 3/10 times , i fold with 2-3 or 4-7 , theres a fullhouse or a street i wouldve hit. ^^ just playing High Pairs isnt a thing ? how many hours to get one ?

  24. This video is very misleading, some people have said that its meant for beginners but this is a video for only making very tight players at their local casino that get crushed by good players

  25. Reading the comments make you think where the hell is all the money in poker, because people here seems to have all figure it out. They will NEVER lose those 10$ sessions.

  26. I like to limp a lot with weak and strong hands. It seems to work out for me that others get too aggressive and always assume Im sticking around with a weak hand. In my opinion, its easier to bluff in that manner. Ill then watch them bet big or go all in, where I call if I know I have the most likely statistical chance of winning.

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  29. People, its a proven fact. 85% of your winnings will come from the top 5% of starting hands in hold em

  30. Please answer this…. So when majority of the time I’m getting weak hands like 9 + 3 or 4 + 8, I have to always fold because then I’m just throwing money away, I could pretend to bluff but then just have to fold once the flop occurs. So I’ll be pretty much folding most times and only playing when I have a good enough hand, my opponents will just know when not to play because I’m finally playing my own so it’s readable as a good hand. What do I do?

  31. This guys copping a lot of heat but when I started I did exactly this. I didnt exactly make money but I definitely stopped having to rebuy every game. Its solid advice for a new player with zero clue, just not relevant for a competent player.

  32. Tip 1 if your if your playing poker stars always go all in as a under dog. Youll win!

  33. idiot I limp almost every hand. When I raise it gives away my strength. If I have aces kings queens in early position I will limp and hope for a person to raise so I can reraise. if im in late position I will raise. people are so aggressive with raising and continuation betting I play the trap. it is so easy to trap these days I make tons of money. raising only gets more players in the pot trying to make moves on you. Limping keeps the pot small if you miss the flop you do not lose much. How many times have you raised with KQ suited and get four callers and miss the flop. You raised three times the blinds and missed the flop. You just wasted 30 hands because you could of just called preflop and seen if your hand hits. better to play small ball see the flop and then make your decision.

  34. The key is this is for beginner strategy to get experience and start recognizing patterns.

  35. If u want to play…patience is the key. You’ll see a lot of good flops and turns but…the name of the game is good hands

  36. Playing tight is right means youll go broke in a few days instead of a few minutes.

  37. The most crucial.thing ( among several ) that is wrong about this advice is this …. good players will spot a by the #s tight player typified by this strategy and start calling your early raises with junk. Knowing what u have. This puts them at no risk of losing anymore $ after their first call and in a great position to hit gin on the flop and win BIG pots against you.

    Bottom line… any betting pattern can and will b recognized and then turned against u by good players.

    The only way to get good is to become a) unpredictable yourself while b) recognizing patterns and tells from others.

  38. Think Ill just fold unless Im on the button with AA.. That should work out well for me.. This time next year Ill still be broke..

    1. @ANDR3W B00N1N Still wearing rags and bin diving, thanks for asking..

  39. This is terrible advice. If you constantly fold, other players will take notice. So when you do actually play they will automatically know your sitting on something big. I’m not saying playing loose and reckless is a good strategy, but people like Tom Dwan proves that a passive approach isn’t very good.

  40. Fold on bad cards at first….but when you win unchallenged with pocket aces or KK show your cards on the first two or 3 hands that you win. Then you can bluff all you want because its established in their thoughts that you only play good hands.

  41. Im amazed at how many people in the comments believe they are absolute experts at poker.

  42. This would’ve been better if he just said fold every hand. The odds of getting the exact hand you want in the exact position is so low you’ll rarely play

  43. only play good cards almost guarantees you will never catch a straight and or flush… or if you do bet, everyone at the table knows you have a strong hand and mucks their cards in fear…

  44. The “only play good cards strategy” definitely MAKES SENSE, but there’s more to poker than that. I feel like a step people need to get over when growing and learning poker is to know when to lay down a good hand that doesn’t flop too well.

    1. Exactly. My rules for myself is I typically bail if the flop hasnt increased my stats at winning.

  45. Why do most pros play more hands and not less. Variance is much better with more hands you play.

  46. Technically there are 2,652 different starting hands, if you’re counting suits.

  47. The only time I win big is when I play passive….when I play aggressive I win more but not a lot or I just go broke fast

  48. One really should only play about 5-6 hands an hour.  If you are playing more than that, statistics clearly demonstrate you are playing a lot of weak hands.  now some days and some games may want you to play more hands, for example there are few pre flop raises.  But in the long run, calling with or playing many weak hands will hurt your bottom line

  49. I play people not cards was taught by my dad and if you know the people it is much more important than cards.
    Im no professional but have lived off of Texas holdem for about 3 months playing local tourneys and cash games. Unless there is a lot of money on the table I pay to see the flop every hand is a winner if the flop is in your favor. I have lost with pocket Aces and one with off cards. I dont know sure a lot of people will disagree with me but I have taught a few people to play and they are pretty decent.

  50. Im new, so far i have 3 rules,1st rule: never lose ur sense of humor,2nd rule: patience 3 rd rule, dont get cute. Since i am new i have to go with : tight is right: i dont know all this new math stuff, i have only played the pretend $ game. Went from five thousand about a year ago and am up to 84 million, sounds pretty good but its because when u have the nuts the maniacs still try to bluff u, and since they go to the river there r some awful suck outs. In ptetend money games, when u have AKs. And u miss the flop ur thru because u r in the hand with6,7 or 8 people, someone surely hit something. I dont get all this gto stuff but i get what AA, AK KK etc. Can do. Ive done allright with it and one thing a nit can do is bluff, so i say old school tight is right as long as u do MIX it up, keep em guessing, having said all that , the most important thing ive learned is u gotta know when to fold em

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  52. I put myself to sleep playing like a nit, its more fun checkraising ace high flops with the seven deuy – it gives me a funny feeling in my balls.

  53. Million Dollar Potential in Ruvol

    I have invented a Board Game [still unpublished and not yet out in the market] that is guaranteed to be far more challenging and exciting than CHESS. I called it “RUVOL.”

    Over time, Ruvol will surpass chess as the “Number One Board Game in the World.”

    Why am I so sure about this? Because I am an avid chess player myself. The weakness of chess is it always starts in fixed positions that the opening moves become “memorizable.” In fact, not a few have so mastered the moves that they can play against their opponents “blindfolded.” It’s for this reason I invented Ruvol where every game is always challenging and exciting to play.

    HOW IS RUVOL PLAYED?

    Ruvol is played somewhat like chess. I purposely invented Ruvol to give chess a direct “apple-to-apple” competition.

    Like chess, Ruvol is played by two players. It uses a board that is rectangular in shape but containing more number of squares than chess. Like chess, it has equal number of pieces on each side of the board, where each type of piece moves in distinct ways. However, if the way to win chess is to checkmate the opponent’s king, the way to win Ruvol is to be able to cross a designated line.

    But there’s one biggest advantage Ruvol has over chess that makes Ruvol a very challenging game to play. What is this? Unlike chess, the Ruvol pieces are randomly placed at the start of every game which makes it impossible for any clever player to memorize the moves. Fischer Random Chess, also known as Chess960, likewise introduced a random set up, but with many exceptions. Ruvol is 100% random.

    At present, there is no other board game in the world within the same category of chess “where chess players can switch to.” Chess is totally a monopoly in its class. With the coming of Ruvol, chess has finally found its match!

    A MILLION DOLLAR POTENTIAL IN RUVOL

    In my Google search, I learned there are around 800 million chess players in the world. These 800 million players comprise the “Total Potential Buyers” of Ruvol across the globe. At an average profit of just US$3 per set, the “Global Income Potential” of Ruvol then is US$2.4 billion. Assuming only 1% of it will buy each year, the annual global potential sale of Ruvol is US$24M.

    I AM SELLING MY COPYRIGHT TO RUVOL.

    For the reason that I don’t have the resources to publish Ruvol on a global scale, I find it “wiser” to simply sell my copyright.

    If you’re interested to buy my copyright, email me your BEST PRICE OFFER—[the copyright goes to the most reasonable bid]. My email address is: [email protected]. [Or perhaps you can help me find a buyer, and I’ll reward you with a commission.]

    Thanks and God bless!

    RODOLFO MARTIN VITANGCOL
    The Ruvol Inventor

    Early bird catches the worm!

  54. These ranged are too tight – – is a much better range guide

    Early position only with JJ+ and AQ+ is way too tight especially in deep stacked cash games hands like ATs – A1-A5s can be insanely viable as they can make the nut flush or a wheel and you have the chance to really get a lot of money in. These hands are actually not bad at limping in early position since they are great bluff hands preflop (block AA) and have a lot of equity against premium hands. For instance you limp with A5s and middle position raises you.. Wel thats not so bad because I will often tend to 3b here ( I do suggest to mix in some limps with strong hands especially at aggressive tables so your limp raise becomes more balanced )

    Taking it down before the pot out of position is great so tend to size bigger three bet – If he calls he likely wont put you on A5 but rather something like AK AQ JJ+ – this gives a lot of chance to bluff on later streets. However you dont always wanna bluff this hand if you dont hit otherwise you will be having way to many bluffs – For instance a Board like A J T rainbow is incredible dangerous for us and while it does benefit our ranges more than the middle position raiser there is a high chance that he might have flopped two pair, straight or a gutter so checking might be best and its important to be disciplined not to lose money to A low kicker in these spots – Lets say the flop comes K 2 3 rainbow. This situation is completely different and I would be much more likely to bluff here – reasons is we have a wheel draw for the A-5 straight and the chance our opponent hit anything is incredibly low since hes very unlikely to have AK AA or KK since he would often 4B those hands preflop while at the same we have JJ+ AK and AQ all in our ranges meaning for his feeling we are likely to have him beat and bluffs will almost always work if his hand doesnt improve.

    Wow I wrote a lot either way in deep stack cash games its important to use A2345s and 87s 89s 9Ts JTs to balance your range and make you more unpredictable. Make sure to always play these cards with a raise or fold mentality you dont simply want to be calling a raise with them because quite often you will win with the bluff.. other times you will hit the nut straight or flush to take down a huge [email protected]

  55. understanding position is key, you get to watch everyone fold before they see you act

  56. I consider bluffing as a bad begginer strategy, specially if everyone is begginer cause your rivals will play 90% of their hands.

    1. Thats why its good to have different strategies for whoever youre playing against

  57. Should be renamed “how to lose a lot of money at poker”

    only playing premium hands is a misleading rule and general bad idea. The single most important rule of poker is to know your position and (in 9/10 cases) play in position, meaning late position (button or cutoff + hijack if you’re playing 9 handed). This way you have the most information, you can pot control, have more realm to bluff (if you’re new to the game probably don’t bother as you’ll definitely have a tell).

    Mainly, success at poker requires a fundamental understanding of Pot odds and the math, which only comes through learning.

    But the single most valuable commodity in poker is information. Being the last to act you have the maximum information you can get. And therefore the “strength” of the hand you play will Vary.

  58. retard strategy, you wait for good cards and loose for imbeciles shoving marginal hands….quit poker, it sucks a lot

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